Only Jainist sources say that he convert to Jainism but Wikipedia does not rely so much on religious sources than it does on scholarly sources. Read WP:IRS and read your sources carefully before reverting again. Aman Kumar Goel (Talk) 14:35, 19 January 2021 (UTC)
- Then why are you misrepresenting Mookerji, who does not even mention that Maurya was a Jain on p.66 and why are you using another religious source which is a poor source per this edit? Why are you using a source that does not provide any reference for their claims and contradicts WP:CONTEXTMATTERS? You have been already told earlier to read WP:IRS. Traditional Jain sources are not reliable than scholarly sources on the subject. Dhawangupta (talk) 12:30, 20 January 2021 (UTC)
- To be more specific, you will have to use only those scholarly sources that would address how Jain sources are correct. Given the dispute within Jain sources, you would need really descriptive source that would clear all the doubts and dispute you are going through. It is also said that Jain sources talk about a different Chandragupta, not Maurya one, there have been multiple "Chandragupta". Dhawangupta (talk) 13:04, 20 January 2021 (UTC)
- Your above explanation is misleading just like your recent restoration of your disputed content by labeling explained revert as "vandalism". See WP:NOTVAND and refrain from any further disruptive editing. Having observed the history of your talk page, I am seeing that your clear refusal to understand the importance of scholarly sources is long term. Take this note seriously or else I will have to report your misconduct. Aman Kumar Goel (Talk) 14:47, 21 January 2021 (UTC)
The one of prominent Historians of india RC Majumdar says
If Jaina tradition is to be believed, Chandragupta was con
verted to the religion of Mahiviru. He is said to have abdicated bis throne and passed his last days at Sravaņa Belgola in Mysore. Greek evidence, however, suggests that the first Maurya did not give up the performance of saerificial rites and was far from following the Jaina creed of Aimsi or non-injury to animals. He took delight in hunting, a practice that was continued by his son and was also alluded to by his grandson Aśoka in the eighth Rock Edict. It is, however, possible that in his last days he showed some pre- dilection for Jainism just as Harsha in the seventh century a.D., though officially a shivaite, paid respect to the Buddha and the
Buddhist Master of the Law.
- an advanced History of india RC Majumdar pg- 102-
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